Following weeks of research it’s become clear that Loss Prevention departments across Europe are still struggling to shake off the perception that they are the company policemen, and become true partners to the business.
In an increasingly customer-centric and omni-channel retail environment, traditional loss prevention activities are no longer enough to ensure both bottom-line retention and top-line gain.
It is for this reason that IQPC’s premier discussion forum for loss prevention, supply chain and retail
Checkpoint Systems, a leading global supplier of merchandise availability solutions for the retail industry, today announced that hypermarket retailer Bennet has completed the roll out of electronic article surveillance (EAS) loss prevention solutions in its stores in Italy. The solution involves the
Checkpoint Systems, a leading global supplier of merchandise availability solutions for the retail industry, has launched a RFID-based EAS (Electronic Article Surveillance) solution, which it claims delivers improved inventory visibility and loss prevention benefits at the point-of-exit. Checkpoint’s Overhead 2.0 is claimed to
Theft by employees, of both stock and cash, is now among retailers’ top three areas of concern, according to a study launched this week by retail consultancy Retail Knowledge. The Volumatic Kount Retail Fraud Survey 2013 is reported to be
Retail security expert, Checkpoint Systems, is collaborating in a four-year study on shrinkage with the University of Leicester and ECR Europe (Efficient Consumer Response) in order to develop new ways to combat loss in the retail industry. Co-chairs of ECR
Visitor counting technology can provide the extra dimension in retail performance measurement, writes Neil Matthews, vice president at Checkpoint Systems Everyone that works in the retail industry knows just how competitive this environment is. High operating costs, rising consumer expectations